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    New Sequence Reef Pump Flow Curves

    New Sequence Reef Pump Flow Curves

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    Sequence Stingray Curve

    Sequence Stingray Curve

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    Hammerhead Flow Curve

    Hammerhead Flow Curve

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    Now we're talking reeferboy! Can you PM me the pricing for those bad boys?!

    Thanks
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    Reeferboy, got another question:

    Those pumps look like they're drawing more electricity than the previous 750 and 1000 series? am I wrong or what?

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    They are supposed to draw less. More efficient seals. If you compare the head pressures between the Dart and 750 series and the Hammerhead/Stingray and 1000 series it should be less watts/gph.
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    Yah the problem is that there is no watt vs flow graphs for the 750s and the 1000s.... They just say 213w for example on the 3200SEQ20 which is like the stingray right? but the stingray seems to be between 240 and 350w!!

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    I think there was some confusion, sorry. The Stingray's flow/watts curve is closer to the 4300SEQ20. So at 5' of head it pushes almost 3700 GPH. The 4300SEQ20 is rated at 253watts.
    The Hammerhead is based off the 5000SEQ22.
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    No problem Reeferboy, I just need the power of a 3200SEQ20. Looks like both the hammerhead and stingrays would be overpowered and the dart underpowered ?
    I need about 2000gph @ 12' head
    Would the 3200SEQ20 be the best buy for that?

    thx
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    If you went with the 3200SEQ20 it wouldn't have the saltwater seals. You would have to add $60 U.S. to get what the Stingray already comes with. For the extra couple hundred gph you could power another device or divert it back into the sump/refugium. Just a thought.
    I can get either pump in for you though.
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